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Earn money while predicting the future

Developer description

We all often read news, but why can’t we find out what other people think about these ... More

Editor's review

Published 22 Feb 2012

I'm not sure who this addictive little analytical and social marketplace game is aimed at but it has sure got to me. could be used to assist the betting man in working out whether to have a flutter on a certain event or it could be a great way to see what people think of a specific scenario and see if they can predict what is going to happen. Either way, I was sucked in pretty easily. CPP let's you learn the opinions of your community, ask your own questions or just seeing what people are predicting will happen in the world.
We all watch and read the news and its easy to see the editorial take on a specific event but don’t you think it would be interesting to see what regular people think about these events? is a symbiosis of a social betting site, a news site and a polling site that lets you learn the opinions of the community to questions asked from all around the world. It lets you ask your own questions (and this is where the game part comes in) and earn credits after the prediction of events. is a fun, new platform for exchanging opinions and the game element allows you to discover what people think will be the result of future events. When you think that most marketers make decisions which are directly based on the opinions of the crowd can take on a whole more analytical bent and opens up other doors. So how does the game part of CPP work and what can you get out of it? Well, it starts when you ask your question to the audience and score profits. The more people that express their opinions the more income you score. The person who had made the correct prediction gets profit, too which makes the players interested in exploring the question. A simple technique of inviting visitors to the game makes the process interesting and exciting. The predictions are stocks, metal prices, the weather, the probability of a technological breakthrough or the forecasting of the probability of winning the election by a particular candidate?
Well, is one of those apps that delivers far more than it appears to at first sight. Whats more, it's a whole heap of fun to play with. Ask questions by yourself, invite people, predict, share ideas and get rewards.  It's now easier to find out what the experts think about tomorrow, to do the analysis on the basis of forecasts as well as learning more about world events and the way people think about them. The world seems obsessed by polls - here is one that delivers answers by real people rather than faceless media corporations - and you can earn stocks which you can exchange for gifts or money. What's not to like? Now can anyone please tell me when Arsenal are going to buy a quality central defender?

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